Conference Season

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Published on: March 14, 2013

We are delighted that the Gatsby Charitable Foundation are kindly funding £500 travel bursaries to help four UK-based PhD students attend the annual International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) conference, which this year will be in Sydney, Australia, on 24-28 June 2013.

If you would like to apply for this bursary please fill out the GARNet travel bursary GARNet travel bursary form and return it to me (charis@garnetcommunity.org.uk) by the 14th April. To be eligible, you must be a current PhD student Ph.D at the time of the conference, and have submitted a poster abstract to present at the meeting. You must have permission from your supervisor to attend the conference.

If you want to go to a conference but can’t spare the funds or the time to travel to Australia, there are great meetings going on in the UK too. I made a list of travel grants you can use to go to conferences here.

UK PlantSci 2013: 16–17 April, Dundee, Scotland

UK Brassica Research Community: 9 May, Rothamsted.

An Introduction to Opportunities in Plant Synthetic Biology: 21-22 May, Nottingham, England

International Symposium on Plant Photobiology: 3-6 June, Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Other major international plant science conferences this year are:

Plant Immunity Pathways and Translation: 7-12 April 2013, Montana, USA.

31st New Phytologist Symposium (Orchid symbioses: models for evolutionary ecology): 14-16 May, Calabria, Italy.

SEB Annual Main Meeting 2013: 3–6 July, Valencia, Spain

ASPB Plant Biology 2013: 20–24 July, Providence RI, USA

7th EPSO Conference: 1–4 September, Peloponnese, Greece

Plant Genome Evolution: 8-10 September, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

32nd New Phytologist Symposium (Plant interactions with other organisms): 20-23 November, Buenos Aires, Argentina.



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